Cincinnati 43-48 | 19-27 away
vs San Diego 45-48 | 23-27 home
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Cincinnati vs San Diego Predictions

Fri, Apr 19, 10:10pm ET at PETCO Park
Starting Pitchers
A DeSclafani (0-1) ERA: 7.43
L3: S/O: 5.3 WHIP: 1.7 ER: 3.7 IP: 4.4
Matt Strahm (0-2) ERA: 4.26
L3: S/O: 2.7 WHIP: 2 ER: 3.4 IP: 4.1

Consensus Picks

Computer SD -123 o/7.5
*Community SD +105 72% u/7.5 50%

*Consensus from 1513 predictions.

.23926thBatting Average.24223rd
.31123rdOn Base Percentage.30825th
.41722ndSlugging Percentage.42819th
26th OFFENSE 25th
29th Hits 24th
10th Strike Outs 12th
3rd DEFENSE 10th
7th Hits 13th
10th Strike Outs 15th
2019 NL Central Standings
Chicago 50 44 .532 L1
St. Louis 47 45 .511 W3
Milwaukee 48 47 .505 L2
Pittsburgh 44 49 .473 L4
Cincinnati 43 48 .473 W1
2019 NL West Standings
Los Angeles 63 33 .656 W3
Arizona 47 47 .500 L2
Colorado 46 48 .489 L2
San Diego 45 48 .484 L3
San Francisco 45 49 .479 W3
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  • @rotowire • 3m

    Cincinnati vs San Diego injuries and projected lineup.

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  • @Covers • 3m

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    Betting Prediction for Cincinnati Reds vs San Diego Padres on April 19, 2019, 10:10 PM ET

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    Free Betting Prediction: San Diego will WIN and the Total will Push .

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  • @Reds • 3m Joey Votto's leadoff home run sets tone for Cincinnati Reds in win over San Diego Padres


    SAN DIEGO - Joey Votto touched home plate after his first career leadoff home run and slashed his hands in front of his neck. It's the classic "it's over" gesture. Votto did it twice, high-fived Eugenio Suarez, tilted his head back and let out a short yell.

    With two hits in his last 13 at-bats, Votto spent extra time working on his swing. He did a celebratory dance with teammate Jesse Winker, then leaned back into Winker's arms. The two teammates repeated the move, but flipped roles, when Winker hit a ninth-inning solo home run.

    For the Reds, there was plenty to celebrate in a 4-1 victory over the San Diego Padres at Petco Park, snapping a four-game losing streak.

  • @Padres • 3m

    Gaslamp Ball: Padres suffer 4th consecutive loss after offense sputters vs. Reds


    All things told, Chris Paddack was pretty good against the Cincinnati Reds. He threw 6 innings, gave up 3 earned runs, and walked only 1 while striking out 5.

    The day would've been a lot better had he avoided making two mistakes. The first one was on the third pitch of the game, an 0-2 fastball that caught way too much of the plate for Joey Votto.

    There were no more runs scored between that and the 5th inning, when Tucker Barnhart sat all over a first-pitch fastball down the center of the strike zone:

    Again, not a bad outing for Paddack.

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